David Khourshid already had us speechless with his CSS animations, so we’re not sure what we’ll do when he gets on stage to show us how to bring that same fluidity and dynamism out of CodePen and into our projects.
For CSSconf EU 2017, David will be bringing a new talk about highly interactive and reactive interfaces, and how to build them. He will show not only how we can use CSS variables in cooperation with functional reactive programming to express animations, style, and layout, but how we can express them in newer and more powerful ways not previously possible in CSS, and indeed how they can be used to push the limits of styling on the Web.
Getting Reactive with CSS
As user interfaces evolve and become more interactive, design requirements become more complex. By combining CSS variables with reactive programming in JS, we can now express animations, styles, layout, and more in ways never before possible with CSS. In this talk, we’ll explore what functional reactive programming is, why it is incredibly useful, and how we can leverage the power of CSS variables to push the limits of styling the web.